Drishyam movies to be remade in Korea: Panorama Studios, Anthology Studios announce partnership at Cannes Movie Pageant

The thriller franchise – Drishyam movies – might be remade in Korea. Indian manufacturing home Panorama Studios and South Korea’s Anthology Studios introduced a partnership on the Indian Pavillion throughout the ongoing Cannes Movie Pageant on Sunday. Producers Kumar Mangat Pathak and Jay Choi have been current on the announcement. This would be the second time Drishyam might be remade in a world language. Sheep With no Shepherd was a Chinese language remake of the movie. (Additionally learn: Drishyam 2 crosses 300 crore, is the third-highest-grossing Hindi movie of 2022)

Drishyam movies will now be remade in Korea.

Malayalam crime thriller Drishyam featured Mohanlal who’s a suspect within the homicide of the IG’s son and does every thing in his energy to avoid wasting himself and his household from the cops. The primary movie got here out in 2013 and was written and directed by Jeethu Joseph. Jeethu’s Drishyam has been remade in 4 completely different Indian languages – Drushyam (2014) in Telugu, Drishya (2014) in Kannada, and Papanasam (2015) in Tamil. Ajay Devgn and Tabu featured in lead roles within the Hindi remake of the movie Drishyam 2015 and Drishyam 2 (2022).

Speaking concerning the announcement, Kumar Mangat stated in a press release, “I’m excited that the Drishyam franchise is being made in Korean – a first for a Hindi film. This will not only increase its reach outside India but will also put Hindi cinema on the global map. All these years, we have been inspired by Korean fare. Now they have found a muse in one of our films. What can be a bigger achievement for the Indian film fraternity.”

Jay added, “We are thrilled to have an opportunity to remake a massively successful Hindi film with a touch of originality from Korean cinema. And the remake has greater significance as the first major co-production between Korea and India. Through our partnership, we will be able to bring the best of both Indian and Korean cinema and make a meaningful remake that is as excellent as the original.”

US-based Jack Nguyen, former Warner Bros government, will function government producer on the Korean remake of Drishyam. A PTI report quoted Jack as saying, “I have history with and the utmost respect for these highly-regarded producers so it was a natural fit for me to bring them together to collaborate on a great story in Drishyam. I’m excited to help them make history with this first-of-its-kind Indian-Korean co-production.”

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